We recently purchased from another web hosting company a package part of this package was the SSL, unfortunately the install of concrete and the theme (Supermint 3) where installed prior to the SSL going live.
My problem is that if the site is accessed via the https:// the CSS goes all wrong, if I access via http:// the CSS remains intact. I did try using a line of code for the .htaccess although this worked for the home page and the CSS remained intact I could not access any other page or login to the admin.
is there a simple way to correct this issue?
or would I be better to re-install the whole site again?
or do I need to have a word with the hosting company?
I have added a post to the support of the theme, but I think they think it could be core related??
web address is
Thanks for your help.
Both pages you linked to appear the same on the home page and subpages.
Thanks for the reply,
yes they are both the same page, but if you look at the font on the http site then load the https version the fonts do not load correctly, you will also see in chrome or IE that you have the option to load the non safe items. I think this is an error in the call to the google fonts coming from a http.
not sure if this is down to the install or a theme issue.
For browsers that block non-HTTPS content on HTTPS sites, the fonts are not loading.
If you change the font address from http to https, the font will load.
<link rel="stylesheet" href="http://fonts.googleapis.com/css?family=Roboto:100,300,300italic,500,500italic|Roboto+Condensed:regular,300|Pacifico:regular&subset=latin" id="css-fonts" type="text/css">
I recommend contacting the theme developer regarding this.
Thanks for your help. this is great. will contact the theme developer.
Sorry but could I ask where would I find this line to change it? would there be only one instance of this line or will it need changing everywhere?
I don't have access to this theme and am not aware of how it is structured.
If you search in your folders forhttp://fonts.googleapis.com, it will show you the files that contain that url.
I had 2 files with it and changed them both and it fixed the font rendering.....Now only to figure out the images and why some render and some don't and why the stacks have to be reloaded. Sigh...